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Bimbo Skunk® lure (unweighted)
(U.S. Patent)

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Weighted Bimbo Skunk® lure
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The Teddy Skunk Perchinator
A 1/32nd oz Bimbo Skunk® lure inspired by the legendary Captain Ted Peck.
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The Blonde Bimbo Skunk® lure
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Icy Bimbo Skunk® lure


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The Bimbo Skunk lure is hand tied on a #10 hook, making it the perfect morsel for a hungry gill or crappie. It is featured in two colors: chartreuse (which I find works best to entice the gills into biting) and pink (which the crappies kill, or vice versa). The Bimbo Skunk lure is perfect for delivery at the end of a flyrod. The Weighted Bimbo Skunk lure (featuring a 1/80th oz jighead in pink, red, or black on a #10 hook) is great for those of you tossing bobbers into the lilly pads. The Teddy Skunk Perchinator features a 1/32nd oz jighead and body in orange with a chartreuse stripe, a combination that the legendary Captain Ted Peck has found to be irresistable to the perch. The Icy Bimbo Skunk Lure features the same jighead and has a smaller body consisting of three gold colored beads, making them perfect for ice fishing.

The Bimbo Skunk lure costs $2.00: a small price to pay for a quality hand-tied fly with serious results. I have known people to catch hundreds of fish on a single fly! Shipping is $3.00 flat for any quantity anywhere in the U.S. You can easily order The Bimbo Skunk lure using a credit card with the Paypal links above. You are able to create a shopping cart even if you don't have Paypal (simply check out as a guest). If you would rather pay with check or money order, feel free to contact me to place an order at (715) 761-4035 or bimbo@chibardun.net. Flies are generally shipped out the next business day and usually arrive in less than a week.



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